Like us, pets need regular dental care for their overall health and well-being.

Even if you brush your teeth and floss twice a day, you should still schedule regular dentist appointments for professional care. The same goes for your furry pal—especially since it can be tough to brush your pet’s teeth every day.

For all your pet’s dental care needs in the Prosper, Frisco, Celina, and Aubrey areas, turn to the tooth-loving team at Windmill Veterinary Center. We love nothing more than removing your pet’s plaque and tartar to reveal a beautiful shining smile.

Like us, pets need regular dental care for their overall health and well-being.

Even if you brush your teeth and floss twice a day, you should still schedule regular dentist appointments for professional care. The same goes for your furry pal—especially since it can be tough to brush your pet’s teeth every day.

For all your pet’s dental care needs in the Prosper, Frisco, Celina, and Aubrey areas, turn to the tooth-loving team at Windmill Veterinary Center. We love nothing more than removing your pet’s plaque and tartar to reveal a beautiful shining smile.

Signs of Dental Disease

If your pet’s breath causes you to turn down sloppy kisses from your furry pal,
that’s a key indicator of underlying dental disease.

Many people believe stinky breath is normal for pets, but that “doggy breath” is a sign your pet needs an oral exam. Other signs of dental disease include:

Red inflamed gums

Brown or yellow tartar accumulation on teeth

Bleeding gums

Worn or broken teeth

Reluctance to eat hard food

Pawing at the face

Dropping food while eating

As much as 60% of each tooth lies below the gum line, so it can be challenging to see what periodontal problems lurk beneath the surface. This is where professional dental care and digital dental X-rays come into play. No matter how much you brush your pet’s teeth, some oral bacteria will still linger underneath the gums and potentially lead to problems.
dogs playing on the grass at the park

Signs of Dental Disease

If your pet’s breath causes you to turn down sloppy kisses from your furry pal, that’s a key indicator of underlying dental disease.

Many people believe stinky breath is normal for pets, but that “doggy breath” is a sign your pet needs an oral exam. Other signs of dental disease include:

Red inflamed gums

Brown or yellow tartar accumulation on teeth

Bleeding gums

Worn or broken teeth

Reluctance to eat hard food

Pawing at the face

Dropping food while eating

As much as 60% of each tooth lies below the gum line, so it can be challenging to see what periodontal problems lurk beneath the surface. This is where professional dental care and digital dental X-rays come into play. No matter how much you brush your pet’s teeth, some oral bacteria will still linger underneath the gums and potentially lead to problems.
dogs playing on the grass at the park

Pet Dental Care

in Prosper

If your pet needs to brush up on dental care in the Prosper, Frisco, Celina, or Aubrey areas, look no further than Windmill Veterinary Center. Our veterinary team loves revealing a shining white smile after your furry pal’s dental cleaning. Give us a call to schedule your pet’s dental care appointment.

Pet Dental Care

in Prosper

If your pet needs to brush up on dental care in the Prosper, Frisco, Celina, or Aubrey areas, look no further than Windmill Veterinary Center. Our veterinary team loves revealing a shining white smile after your furry pal’s dental cleaning. Give us a call to schedule your pet’s dental care appointment.